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Sunday 1603 H STREET Dear Lotty I have no friends. Anyone who has three is an object of [superstitious?] admiration to me. In these days money is the only friend recognised by good- society. I do not know whether one friend [page break] equals ten cents acord- ing to the arithmetical formula given in your circular, but I am inclined to think that you know best. Any- way I enclose you a check, and hope it may be an equi- [page break] valent for the loss which my want of amicalility inflicts on the society. Ever Yrs Henry Adams